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hi sue

welcome to btg sorry i havent picked up on your story i beleive you should check with your surgeon i know a commercial flight maybe ok but a light aircarft maybe a different matter as its not pressurised and would be more suppseptable to turbulance which maybe a problem have a look on the web i think in the states companies like life flight and medical repat companies would have the answer for you but i think a phone call to the surgeon's would be a good idea if your given the clearence enjoy

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This question has come up before but not for a small plane, sorry cant help Paul's right maybe speak with your consultant....

I did ring the specialist today and he signed my waiver so I guess I'm good to go. Not flying for another two weeks, then twice a week for about 5 weeks.

Thanks

Sue

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I will have my trusty iPhone with built in camera app. I'm flying on Angelflight for my cancer treatment as I live in a small community and Victoria would be my closest centre. May as well have a good distraction, right?

Being I start after the Easter long weekend, will I have to change my flight data sheet to include the 5 lbs of chocolate eggs I plan to eat?? They want to know my height, weight and weight of luggage.

Sue

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